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  1. Florida gas prices drop 25 cents on average over past month


    Gas prices are on a downward tear post-hurricane. Tampa Bay fell to $2.34 per gallon on Sunday, down 10 cents over the week, according to AAA, The Auto Club Group. Across the state, gas fell 7 cents over the same period to average $2.47 per gallon.

    Gas prices across the state fell 25 cents over 31 days. | [Times file photo]
  2. Hyundai pushes makeover of sales experience... to boost sales


    DETROIT — Stung by falling U.S. sales, Hyundai is pushing its dealers to modernize the new-car shopping experience, conceding that customers are well-armed with information from the internet before they step on the showroom floor.

    In this Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, photo, a 2017 Santa Fe sports utility vehicle sits outside a Hyundai dealership in the south Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo. Battered by dramatically falling sales for the past five years, Hyundai is training its dealers to make the car-buying experience easier for consumers. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) CODZ212
  3. AAA expects gas prices in Tampa Bay will continue to fall


    Ticking slowly and steadily, regular gas prices have receded for the last 10 consecutive days. The average unleaded gas price in Florida is $2.67 this morning, a nickel cheaper than a week ago. In Tampa Bay, the current average unleaded gas has dropped 7 cents from a week ago to $2.62. The national average for regular …

    Gas prices for regular gas continue to decline. In Tampa Bay, the current average unleaded gas is down 7 cents from a week ago at $2.62 a gallon. [Times file photo]
  4. Experts see gas shortages easing in next few days


    Tampa Bay drivers: gas pump normalcy is just a few days away.

  5. Delivery without drivers: Domino's, Ford team up for test


    ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Forget the delivery driver. Ford and Domino's Pizza are teaming up to see whether customers like having their pizzas delivered by driverless cars.

    This Friday, Aug. 24, photo, shows the specially designed delivery car that Ford Motor Co. and Domino???‚??„?s Pizza will use to test self-driving pizza deliveries, at Domino???‚??„?s headquarters in Ann Arbor, Mich. Ford and Domino???‚??„?s are teaming up to test how consumers react if a driverless car delivers their pizzas. The car, which can drive itself but will have a backup driver, lets customers tap in a code and retrieve their pizza from a warming space in the back seat. (AP Photo/Dee-Ann Durbin)